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arrived. they say he didn't get into the vault. no word yet on where he is now. >>> in new york, subway riders, and there are hundreds of thousands of them, getting word the person who pushed -- who was pushed on to the tracks in front of a train this week may have been the victim of a hate crime. police say the woman they arrested for the fatal push has confessed. prosecutors have now charged her with murder as a hate crime. they released surveillance video showing a possible suspect running from the scene. police found that person after a passerby on the street noticed she looked like the woman in the video. authorities saying the suspect told them she hates hindus and muslims, although it is not clear if the victim was either one of those. witnesses say the attacker was muttering to herself on thursday night before approaching the man and shoving him off the platform in front of a speeding subway train to his death. ?ai a passenger plane slid off the runway and exploded into flames. people died at the scene. what we are learning now about how this happened in minutes. and reports the
off at school. he told the "new york post", he went into the school happily. he planned to return later in the afternoon and had plans to make gingerbread houses that day. watching his son running into the building was the last time he ever saw him. the son loved animals, math and was very happy little boy. we're also hearing stories of bravery. several staff members at the school reportedly sacrificed themselves to save their lives as many students as they could. including in that the amazing story of principal dawn huxburn. colleagues say she never hesitated. she ran straight for the gunman and that move ended up costing her life. her friend a library clerk says her death will be devastating to the community. >> we had a book fair a few weeks ago. she was reading fairy and went around the classroom and she was an amazing woman. she was strong and fun. the kids loved her. she was really wonderful woman. it's a huge loss. when you think about how the school and leadership she was the person that most could have done that. >> jamie: clearly she loved that school so much. she is als
has done that in new york city. he got trans fat man, calorie counts posted at mcdonald's and other fast-food places. now he wants a ban on adding too much salt. so you think he saved lives? >> absolutely. john: okay. a farmer. he grows vegetables dollar raises cows, chickens, and pigs. i assume you want the people who buy your beef and pork to be safe so don't we owe him a vote of thanks for saving this? >> no. i would say you're killing me out here. trying to get my stuff to market. this plethora of government regulaons, you know, is killing our farm and our ability to come to market. john: you are just a greedy businessman and don't care people ed. let's go through some of the ways that assemblyman ortiz has saved the chance that band. >> that is old news. john: you wann a tax on junk food. >> the carbohydrate product that is in the market. we are giving the consumer is the choice to a choose what they want to consent. john: good food would cost less. degree food would cost more. >> that is totally correct. john: orange juice and apple seized on food? >> well, i don't believe the
commonly used. then, of course, what you find is it is not. "washington post," new york times, one or two times at most that they had ever used it prior to that. john: what is the agenda? >> well, always the activists who are pushing against the food in general. what happened was this comes from a movie. a lot of the badthings in society come from movies. shooting to put out by participant media so there were so proud of this process just amazing to look at. thee let these people and the videotape. u don't dare let anybody videotape anything because they demonized. john: the company closed three out of four plants, laid-off workers. >> in the economic down is far worse than that. john: has ot been a single incident of anybody being hurt. and what the industry calls it is just lean beef trimmings or finely textured. no slimy than other parts of beef. >> the company here has received awardsfor how good a job they do for consumer safety. it was just one constant is a job. john: and that the company is suing abc. i don't like that. that is saying we disagree and you should just shut up. there
? i am sure you would do better 20 years later. john: everybody should vote to. >> we live bid new york state. >> maybe four or five battleground states where but has us way. john: colorado nevada and mexico ohio, it could be the one-vote election. don't be so scared? >> everyday the worries about europe, greece, things are going pretty well in america. you would think it is a horrible obsession with the recession. we have a need to be scared. we always look out for the predator. but all the headlines sugges things are bad. >> what happened with avian flu? >> you might have gotten brain cancer from yourself loan. and it could have been is one of the most dangerous praises, art carden? >> yes. people ovestimate very, very small risk. the ada your child could be affected is what people worried about but if you were, he would never get to in the car again. the risk of driving a car is so much greater than a terrorist attack or ap did dollars -- obligee were driving into would year. john: it kill the 3,000. >> but then cost us $10 trillion and made of the world hates us now other issue
to start the trading day for that. with the opening bell at 9:30 here at new york. if there is a deal we'll have it for you if it happens during our break at the top of the hour but at 5:00 a.m., as well. we'll return to our programming now. hand. it is a time consuming labor which they have to do for hours every week. they want the washing mhine. they don't want to spend such a large part of their life doing this hard work wh so relatively low productivity. but when electric truer to environmentally concerned studentshey say everyone in the can world cannot ve cars and washing machine. how can we tell this woman e will not have a washing machine? >> you students don't want everyo to ha a washing machine? >> they have not thoughtit through. they get concerned about one thing and forget realy. i say howmany of you have not washed your jeans or sheets. one boy said he hand washed but there s an e circle around where he was sitting. it is sort of a "we like it because it saves so much time." that is part of the industrial revolution that everyone wants. when they say lonely the power statio
workers paid more. the new "new york times" put thn the front page saying mcdonalds pays her $8, but she deserves $15 #. civil ights groups, union demands a higher living wage, and they may get it. [chanting] >> the big bad union like the big bad wolf like the government use force. if they want a $15 minimum, that's what employers must pay. that sounds good to people. everyone will get a raise. the problem comes from what is not seen. i can interview the guy who got a raise. i can't interview the guy who didn't open a mcdonalds because work rules were too onerous or those never offered a job because high union paid skills protected him out of a job. we don't know who those people are. they are the unscene victims of the government's protections. it's frustrating to explain the unseen. sometimes i fear no one understands so it's a
was branch rookie's problem, he had to escape the government of missouri to go to new york city with the brooklyn dodgers, down south, companies like pepsi who advertised to black consumers,. john: we have some pictures of that. they were doing it when it was illegal according to the government? >> yep. john: to share 3e pepsi at the lunch counter. >> these ads came out before people knew who martin luther king was. john: because pepsi wanted to make money. >> they were nearly bankrupt, they said, coke will not sill to negro consumers so we will, and the rest is history. john: jacksonville, florida, would not cigarette. >> everyone knows about -- but, what happened when they didn't' to enforce it. it costs them business, so they fought it, blacks boycotted it was a mess, so, the government had to in many cities had to force the businesses to do it one city, jakksville, florida, the companies convinced government to back off. john: other places businesses refused to obey the jim crow law, saying we want to serve every customer. >> we assume that when government passes a law, the
. >> yes. >> some of this creeps me out a bit. "new york times" op-ed they write silly things and they said, people should not live longer, you will lose purpose in life. i met a guy who said i am 69, if i make it to 75, i'll done, i've had it. don't you lose the edge? is there a natural cycle? >>guest: i think people tend to say that because they assume as you get older you also get ill but when that is the case, you do lose your lust for life but if you are healthy and energetic, there is so much more to do and you think about it, you never have enough time to do everything you want, do you? we need more time. >> there was a profile of the person, the billionaire who wrote the forward to your book, and it was silly, and a silly things they said was that this extending life is not a good idea because the technology will be available to rich people first and it will add to inequality. >>guest: that is a knee-jerk reaction but we hear that when you talk about any type of new technology. think when cell phones first came out. only the rich people had cell phones. yes, they were the size of a
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